In Drupal 8, The nodes are handled as the Entity. The core class Node is helping us to manage the operations of the Node. The below is the syntax and example for update the node details. The Node updates us happens with the Node id of the particular node.
In Drupal 8, the node is an entity. The Drupal core class Node will provide us to create or update the nodes in Drupal 8. The below is the syntax with an example of creating a node Drupal 8.
In Drupal, commerce order contains multiple products. These products are attached to the line item to the orders. The line item table holds the information about the quantities and other information. The below is the simplest code to get the quantity of the order with different products.
In Drupal, commerce orders are associated with the Billing and Shipping information. We can access both Billing and Shipping information from the order object. The below sample code shows how to access the profile information.
In Drupal, commerce order contains both Billing and shipping information on normal checkout process. If we are creating the commerce order programmatically then we have to add this information in manually. The below is the example of code for adding the Billing and shipping address to the order.
In Drupal theme provide the design for the pages and contents. We can use multiple themes for our website. Using the user role, permission and page URLs we can able to change the theme. This is the simple example of implementing theme per page by URL.
To create a node which has a paragraph field you must create a Paragraph Item and respective object has to be referenced to the field. If this is a multiple add more field you can just loop this with the appendItem() for multiple items.
The following code will return the root path for a drupal file system. \Drupal::service('file_system')->realpath(file_default_scheme() . "://") . '/');
To enable revision and to log revision message on saving a node in drupal 8 we can use setNewRevision() and setRevisionLogMessage(). Find the below code which uses entity save with revision.
In MySQL, the ORDER BY keyword is used for sorting the records ascending(ASC) or descending(DESC), by default it will be on ascending. The default ORDER BY statement will not work with Alpha-Numerical values(The values is mixed of both numbers and strings). To resolve this problem we can use ABS() MySQL function.